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Get A Lawyer’s Assistance With Form I-944

Are you preparing to complete and submit Form I-944, or a Declaration of Self-Sufficiency? The process is incredibly intensive and detailed, and it is wise to work with an immigration attorney who can guide you.

As one of the Greensboro area’s preeminent immigration attorneys, Nancy Quinn of The Quinn Law Firm can assist you with Form I-944. She understands all matters pertaining to Form I-944, including problems that may arise and how to avoid them. Working with The Quinn Law Firm to complete Form I-944 can go a long way toward helping you secure the right to immigrate to the United States legally.

What To Know About Form I-944

Also known as a Declaration of Self-Sufficiency, Form I-944 is a document that many people must submit when applying for permanent or conditional residency in the United States. Its purpose is to filter out applicants who are likely to become dependent on government benefits. The document provides an in-depth picture of your finances to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Will I Need To Submit A Declaration For Self-Sufficiency?

Nearly all green card applicants will need to submit a Form I-944. If you are applying for residency via consular processing, the consulate will evaluate your finances, and you will not need a Form I-944. Other people exempt from filing this document include:

  • Refugees
  • Asylees
  • Special immigrant juveniles
  • Applicants under the Violence Against Women Act
  • Applicants for T and U visas

If you are not certain whether to file a Form I-944, contact The Quinn Law Firm. Ms. Quinn can determine which documents you need to complete your application.

Contact An Immigration Lawyer For Assistance

When you work with The Quinn Law Firm, our attorney can walk you through every step of your application process, ensuring that you complete every step correctly. Contact us at 336-790-4178 or call us toll-free at 877-781-8091 to schedule a consultation regarding Form I-944. You can also send us an email.